The Rosalind Franklin programme aims to help shape mid-level leaders’ knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours to help them become outstanding, compassionate and inclusive leaders, working at all levels across the health and care system, to help improve services for people who access them.
Applications are now open for cohorts starting later this year and there is a Taunton cohort.
The programme supports participants to be outstanding innovators, leaders, and team-members. Evidence shows that outstanding leadership in health and care has four key aspects: compassion, inclusion, collaboration, and knowledge of improvement skills and how to apply them. It encourages participants to ask, and answer, fundamental questions that will support them to become an outstanding leader.
The programme is nine months long and leads to an NHS Leadership Academy Award in Senior Healthcare Leadership.
Download the eBook from the NHS Leadership Academy website for more information, including programme dates and how you can apply, or phone the NHS Leadership Academy: 0113 322 5699.